“I don’t have the energy to get out of bed. I can’t face the day ahead. I force myself to go to work, but I know I’m only doing a part of my job. I may be there physically but I’m gone mentally. I just want to go to bed and never get up.” Sound…

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Have you ever noticed things about yourself when you are in a very still, quiet place?  Aches you hadn’t noticed before.  Discomfort.  Feeling lethargic.  Exhaustion.  These are all telling signs your body gives you to say it is either trying to recover from something or it just doesn’t feel…right.  We move at such a pace…

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Continuing on our journey toward balance in life and control of stress, let’s continue to look at principles of time management that work and work well.  Certainly, you will need to adapt these time management truisms to fit you and your life, but do your best to honor the principles.  If you alter the principles…

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Balance.  Stress Control.  The subject of recent blogs.  Why?  Because so many people continue to ask about those two vital aspects of a happy, fulfilled life. Let’s look a bit further into the subject of time management as an important part of both balance and stress control. As difficult as it is to do, I…

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I presented my “Team Leadership” course to a wonderful practice in the northern part of the country last week. We closed with a section on Stress Control—at the request of the doctor and the team.  The principles of stress control have been the subject for my Wednesday Wellness blogs throughout the past months.  The basis…

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Three months ago I wrote about my husband, John’s diagnosis of prostate cancer.  The surgery was successful , and he has been faithfully following the food, supplement, and glyconutrient program outlined by master nutritionist, Daniel Falk.  And while the surgeon felt that he had removed all of the cancer, he could not be sure until…

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When you think of stress, do you think of “bad stuff”?  Dr. Peter Hanson says that “stress is neutral until it lands on a person.”  How you handle stress is a choice you make.  You may not be able to control the events and situations that impact you, but you can choose how you respond.…

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In a recent blog, I shared that my husband, John, had been diagnosed with prostate cancer. With careful and extensive study of the options for this disease, John chose to have surgery to remove the prostate gland.  His general practitioner discovered the suspicious PSA.  He had established a baseline for John with testing so it…

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Uncontrolled stress is one of the primary causes of illness in our time.  The havoc it wreaks on your body and your mind are being proven more and more in studies by those much more qualified than I, though I will continue to share their information in as many ways as possible because I know…

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